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Alienware Aurora R10 Desktop: Ryzen 5 5600X, 8GB DDR4, 1TB SATA HDD, RX 6800 XT, 1000W PSU, $1676 (or $1552) @ dell

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link: https://www.dell.com/en-us/member...ryzr10v10h

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-create/log into a dell account
-add 6800xt
-add black 1000W chassis ("Dark Side of the Moon chassis with Low-Profile Smart Cooling CPU Heatsink and 1000W Power Supply")
-add to cart
-use coupon 50off699

price in cart before tax should be $1676, see screenshot.

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-dell has offers 10% coupons for new customers that should apply to this PC. you have to sign up for promo e-mails. go to the following URL, scroll to sign me up and sign up with an email address https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/d...cgodqYoDdw
-remove the junk mouse/keyboard from the configuration page to save another $10 or so.

don't buy dell's upgrades. they are a rip off. if you buy this PC, get your own RAM and SSD.
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with the 10% coupon, it's $1552. see attachment.
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nice price, grab one
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check your AMEX offers for Dell - spend 500 get 100 back. YMMV
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8GB RAM, No SSD
This seems very limited just based on those two bottles necks. You can probably add more RAM and an SSD but if those two basic bottlenecks had corners cut how likely is it that everything else is least decent?
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8GB RAM, No SSD
This seems very limited just based on those two bottles necks. You can probably add more RAM and an SSD but if those two basic bottlenecks had corners cut how likely is it that everything else is least decent?
A lot of these systems lately are configured with low-end, cheap components because the video cards are selling the systems for them. It's a way for OEM's to make extra profit while high end cards are in short supply.
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I would do it if it was a 3080 like last time... Come back Nvidia
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Looks like Dell isn't allowing the 10% and $50 coupons to stack: "This coupon is valid but cannot be applied to this order."
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A lot of these systems lately are configured with low-end, cheap components because the video cards are selling the systems for them. It's a way for OEM's to make extra profit while high end cards are in short supply.
This is their most expensive line. Heavily customized build. Whether or not the other parts are junk probably depends on what you upgrade. But nothing is horrible in it. Basically same pricing they've used for the last decade. Just seemed outrageous until shortages happened
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8GB RAM, No SSD
This seems very limited just based on those two bottles necks. You can probably add more RAM and an SSD but if those two basic bottlenecks had corners cut how likely is it that everything else is least decent?
Alienware usually uses decent components. Custom coolers and such. Graphics cards are usually very basic just like all computer makers use. They skip the board partners (msi, evga, etc.) And get them made for them so the gpu is usually very stock. Much cheaper for them since they're not getting gouged.
they generally use gold psu's and good ram. but you are paying for the design
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I would do it if it was a 3080 like last time... Come back Nvidia
Pretty sure you can get the 3080 on the Intel build "R11"
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Why would anyone pay this much for this rig? This PC has an RX 6800 XT

The RX 6800 XT has a hashrate of less than 60 MH / s which is way less than the RTX 3080 which can hit around 100 MH / s assuming it doesn't get too hot and throttles itself.

Might as well save your money and buy a system with equipped with a 3060ti which can hit 60 MH / s and runs on less power.
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Why would anyone pay this much for this rig? This PC has an RX 6800 XT

The RX 6800 XT has a hashrate of less than 60 MH / s which is way less than the RTX 3080 which can hit around 100 MH / s assuming it doesn't get too hot and throttles itself.

Might as well save your money and buy a system with equipped with a 3060ti which can hit 60 MH / s and runs on less power.
Based on some reading, the RX6800 XT is supposed to compete with a theoretical RTX 3070Ti.... not the 3080. I plugged in some estimates and the hashrates between the 6800 and the 3070 are comparable.
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Quote from PartyInTheUSA :
Why would anyone pay this much for this rig? This PC has an RX 6800 XT

The RX 6800 XT has a hashrate of less than 60 MH / s which is way less than the RTX 3080 which can hit around 100 MH / s assuming it doesn't get too hot and throttles itself.

Might as well save your money and buy a system with equipped with a 3060ti which can hit 60 MH / s and runs on less power.
My man, not everyone just buys rigs based off of their crypto mining capabilities
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